Published on : Thursday, August 31, 2017
The massive food emporium known as FICO Eataly World is scheduled to be the world’s largest agri-food park. The giant complex would be home to as many as 40 restaurants in addition to 40 farming spaces where tourists would be capable of gaining a firsthand experience and glance at how farmers process every authentic product like pasta, cheese, meat and other Italian foods like candies and olive oil.
The aim of the food focused theme park would be to let people understand truly how these Italian staples are crafted carefully right from harvesting to noodling.
Eataly World would boast of ‘field to the fork’ mentality that would extend to each portion of the culinary landscape here. Furthermore it would also include 10 classrooms and two miles of educational pathways for people eager to learn about the agri-businesses.
The plan has also been planning to host daily classes and annual events revolving around the unique biodiversity of Italy.
More than 2,000 companies would be participating in this $106 million theme park project and the CEO is optimistic that it would generate about 10 million visitors.
Also, visitors would get an opportunity to stroll between the fine dining stalls to street food station admiring various cooking techniques and opting for either purchase ingredients to take home and make themselves or pull a chair, and let the professionals complete all the work.
The best part about this special food theme park that it is absolutely free of charge.